Susan Okoth, the daughter of Governor Okoth Obado expensive lifestyle shocked UoN classmates
Susan Okoth Obado photos at university of Nairobi
Susan Okoth Obado at the university of Nairobi. FILE


Migori Governor Okoth Obado, his four children, close friends, their spouses, and their elderly mother, other relatives were dramatically arrested by anti-corruption detectives over alleged theft of Sh73.5 million county funds.

Governor Obado’s children - Dan Okoth, Susan Okoth, Jerry Okoth, and Adhiambo Everlyne Okoth - were said to be part of a larger plot, according to Director Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji, to empty the county in a web connecting business associates by proxy companies and county staff.

The businesses which were winning tenders with Migori County had directors and proprietors who were proxies of Governor Obado: three were said to be his brothers (namely, Jared Kwaga, Patroba Ochanda and Joram Opala), their mother Penina Auma Otago, as well as the spouse to Kwaga, Christine Akinyi, and sister-in-law, according to the DPP.

Investigators stated that the companies wired over Sh38 million to the governor’s children’s accounts, namely Achola Okoth, Susan Okoth and Jerry Okoth, which was used to pay their school fees, upkeep, maintenance and medical bills in Australia, Scotland and the UK.

Adhiambo studied at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Firstborn son Dan has a masters degree in mining engineering from Curtin University in Australia.

After his father became governor, Dan dumped his longtime baby mama who used to support him.

His daughter, Susan is a lawyer, who while still a student at University of Nairobi Parklands Law School, drove high-end cars.

Innocent Ngare, was her collegemate who recalls seeing her living large and lavishly in Parklands (UoN School of Law).

The DPP also said that audit revealed that Obado used over Sh34 million to buy a house in Loresho Ridge registered in his daughter Everlyne Adhiambo Zachary’s name.

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